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The Amazing Race and Masked Singer Winners Are Revealed, The Expanse Returns and More

The Amazing Race - Season 32 Finale

On TV this Wednesday: The Amazing Race and The Masked Singer crown their latest champs, The Expanse returns for Season 5, and three dramas break for the holidays. Here are 10 programs to keep on your radar; all times are Eastern.

  • Amazon Prime
    The Expanse

    Season 5 premiere (first three episodes, then weekly): Holden must convince Fred to destroy the last sample of protomolecule; Naomi gets a lead on her son; Drummer can’t escape the past. (Watch trailer; already renewed for final season.)

  • Netflix
    The Ripper

    The true-crime docuseries chronicles the British police’s struggle to indentify the 1970s serial killer known as the Yorkshire Ripper.

  • CBS
    The Amazing Race

    Season 32 finale: The final three teams travel to New Orleans, where a winning is crowned. (Who will win? Who should win?)

  • The CW
    Devils

    Season 1 finale: Massimo stops Dominic and identifies the killer; Sofia vows to destroy Massimo. (Previously renewed abroad by Sky Atlantic.)

  • Fox
    The Masked Singer

    Season 4 finale (two hours): Crocodile, Mushroom and Sun are unmasked — and a winner is revealed. (Final clues and guesses!)

  • HBO
    The Art of Political Murder

    From exec producer George Clooney comes this documentary about the 1998 murder of Guatemalan human rights activist Bishop Juan Gerardi.

  • NBC
    A Saturday Night Live Christmas Special

    All the Schweddy Balls you can handle are served during this annual look back at classic holiday sketches.

  • CBS
    SEAL Team

    Fall finale: Ray’s teammates wrestle with how to help their missing brother and his family while Bravo Team is sidelined. (Fall behind? Read Ep 3 recap.)

  • ABC
    For Life

    Fall finale: Aaron and Roswell uncover a pattern of police corruption after they agree to help a young woman facing deportation for a minor crime.

  • CBS
    S.W.A.T.

    Fall finale: Chris and the team work to save a teenage girl from a predatory religious leader; Hondo receives unsettling news; Tan’s wedding hits a snag.


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